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tiny dots that you see is a piece of glass. probably, what, made in the vatican, maybe? yeah, very possible. how much is something like that? around $9,500. (whistles) look at the quality. unbelievable. i don't even think i should be holding it. i'm just totally leaving myself open right now to see what's out there. something that i can make money on, and that's what i'm going for. i have nothing specific at this point. walberg: try as he may to leave himself open to buying anything... oh, that just feels awesome. oh, perfect. 165, 165. walberg: kevin can't help but zero in on what he knows best-- chinese antiques like the ones he finds in dealer brent baden's booth. kevin: what are you asking for the pair of chinese chairs? mmm... $450, i think. bought them at auction. i'm going to guess they're 100 years old. kevin: there's no damage to them, just the finish is worn. what would be the absolute bottom line on a pair of chairs like that? a real absolute bottom line? yeah, like that real number. that number that you wish you could have got, but... 300 bucks. 300
energy deployment find, something that comes to life, establish this through the vatican is speaking from increased domestic production of the fence of a portion of that to go into specifically to this energy technology fund. let's says something not so in fact we can move to it instead of saying well, what are we going to find the money? go out and talk to the proofreaders. tough times out there and i think we all recognize that. but we do have some opportunities not only with what is currently in place, but suggested. let's enhance it and let slip to other considerations that perhaps have not been in place. [inaudible] >> wow, one of the things the administration has proposed has been the elimination of any of these oil gas tax credit subsidy is better out there and they have done it in a very direct way, for its tax reform for the oil and gas industry, but nobody else. i don't think that's right. i don't think most would suggest that the only carveout, if you will come due in the area where we do tax reform designed to backs of the oil and gas industry. i don't did that make sense that
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